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Driver side wiper blade on 1994 chrysler town and country stopped working. Passenger side is ok. What could be wrong?

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  • The gears in the wiper have either stripped or the wiper arm itself has just popped loose a bit. You can try tightening up a bit and see if this fixes it. You can also align the wiper so that it does not slap off the windshield.

Posted on Nov 09, 2011

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  • Rebecca T Nov 26, 2011

    where do i find the bolt for this?

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    Iron Nov 26, 2011

    The wiper arm itself sits on a gear that is bolted down. On the side there is a little clip. You have to lift up the wiper arm (as if changing the blade) and take a very small screwdriver and unclip it and the arm can then be rotated a tad bit. This may seem a bit confusing but when you get to looking yourself it will make sense.

  • Rebecca T Nov 26, 2011

    i have found the clip, but it does not come all the way out, and i try to pull up on the arm, but it does not come off

  • Iron
    Iron Nov 26, 2011

    On these there is a little cap on the top right there that pries up and exposes the bolt. Take that little screwdriver and pry that little cap off the top of the wiper. There will be your bolt.

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The wiper arms are 'pressed' onto the wiper motor spindles, often at times when only one of them stops operating, it is because the splines on the wiper that is no longer operating has become stripped out. and may need to either be replaced or tightened. I would recommend tightening it first, then replacing it if that does not correct it.
You can access the hold down bolt (if it is not exposed) by taking a small screw driver and prying up the bolt cap. The bolt is usually a 13mm, and is more easily tightened by a ratchet and socket of the same size.

Posted on Nov 09, 2011

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